1904. Homer Percival8 BARTON (Rufus P.7, Gideon6, Stephen5, Edmund4, Samuel3, Matthew2, Edward1) was born in Windsor, Kennebec, ME October 10, 1847. Homer died August 10, 1927 in Mendocino, CA, at 79 years of age.

He married Flora WINSLOW April 23, 1876 in Albion, Mendocino, CA. Flora was born 1857 in Dexter, Penobscot, ME.

Homer was employed. He was listed as a household member of Rufus P. BARTON's house in the Census of in Windsor, Kennebec, ME. The following individuals are also linked to this event: Henry M. BARTON (household member); Emma A. BARTON (household member); Mary P. BARTON (household member); Eliza PERCIVAL (household member). Homer was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census in Big River, Mendocino, CA. The following individuals are also linked to this event: Emma Elizabeth BARTON (daughter); James Abner BARTON (son); Flora WINSLOW (wife). Homer was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census in Big River, Mendocino, CA. The following individuals are also linked to this event: Emma Elizabeth BARTON (daughter); Flora WINSLOW (wife). Homer was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census in Big River, Mendocino, CA. The following individual is also linked to this event: Flora WINSLOW (wife). Homer joined the Union Army in the 20th Maine Infantry at age 16 for the Civil War. In 1867 he sailed to Panama, walked the Isthmas and sailed into San Francisco. He worked the timber industry as a teamster. In 1892 he purchased the Barton Ranch located between Mendocino and Little River.He jumped into the Alaskan gold rush with his son in 1900.

He was a lumberman and worked a dairy herd for a time.

Homer Percival BARTON and Flora WINSLOW had the following children:

child + 3389 i. James Abner9 BARTON was born May 30, 1877.

child + 3390 ii. Emma Elizabeth BARTON was born 25 February 1880.

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